Canlyniadau 181–200 o 484 ar gyfer speaker:Mr Tom Arnold

Oral Answers to Questions — European Community: Community Budget (22 Rha 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what further progress he has made towards finding a permanent solution to the European Economic Community budget problem in 1983 and beyond.

Oral Answers to Questions — European Community: Community Budget (22 Rha 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: What timetable does my right hon. Friend propose to set himself for the successful completion of the negotiations?

Dependent Territories (17 Rha 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: I am grateful for the opportunity to address the House on Great Britain's obligations and responsibilities under article 73 of the United Nations charter. I should like to take the opportunity to thank my right hon. Friends the Foreign Secretary and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury for sending me to New York this year as parliamentary delegate to the United Nations General...

Northern Ireland (10 Rha 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: I express my condolences to the families of those of my constituents who were murdered in the outrage earlier this week. It was a terrible tragedy and one which has reminded all of us of the issues at stake in Northern Ireland. Therefore, I agree with what my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State said earlier about the first part of the motion of the right hon. Member for Down, South (Mr....

Northern Ireland (10 Rha 1982)

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Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Bill (29 Gor 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what is his programme for the implementation of the Northern Ireland Bill.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Bill (29 Gor 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: I congratulate my right hon. Friend and the Cabinet upon their courage in perservering with the Northern Ireland legislation during its passage through the House? Will my right hon. Friend take the opportunity fairly soon to point out to the SDLP the considerable advantages being offered to all political parties in Northern Ireland in the legislation, coupled with a warning that that party...

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Constitutional Reform ( 1 Gor 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: asked the Secretary of Slate for Northern Ireland if he remains satisfied with the level of support in Northern Ireland for his constitutional proposals.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Constitutional Reform ( 1 Gor 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: Will my right hon. Friend congratulate the Official Unionist Party on its decision actively to recruit candidates to fight the Assembly elections? Will the SDLP do the same?

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill: General or Partial Suspension of Direct Rule (29 Meh 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: I put two simple questions to my right hon. Friend to assist me in understanding his position. First, if he had been in a position to do so, would he have voted against the Government of Ireland Act 1920? Secondly, was my right hon. Friend in favour of the abolition of Stormont?

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill: General or Partial Suspension of Direct Rule (29 Meh 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: I congratulate the Government on having the strength of purpose to see the Bill through. Once a decision had been taken by the Cabinet—I use the word advisedly—the Government were absolutely right to introduce a timetable motion to ensure that the Bill reaches the statute book so that we can move ahead to the elections in the autumn. I am more confused than ever by the stand of the...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill: General or Partial Suspension of Direct Rule (29 Meh 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: The hon. Gentleman should be more aware than most people that Northern Ireland has never been administered as an integral part of the United Kingdom. It may have been legislated for, but it has never been so administered. On the eve of the conference convened by my right hon. Friend the Member for Spelthorne (Mr. Atkins), the hon. Gentleman's party published a document calling for devolution....

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill: General or Partial Suspension of Direct Rule (29 Meh 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: I am pleased to hear that the Official Unionist Party is to try to make a success of the first part of the Bill, because that is good news. I hope that the party will participate in the election, because that is important. The heart of the matter is whether the Government were right to introduce the Bill. The Government faced three choices. The first was to continue direct rule, which, as I...

Business of the House (17 Meh 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: In view of the observations of the hon. Member for Antrim, South (Mr. Molyneaux), will my right hon. Friend confirm that he is aware that many of his hon. Friends wish to see the Northern Ireland. Bill on the statute book?

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill: Matters for Consideration by Assembly Pending General Suspension of Direct Rule (16 Meh 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: Will my hon. Friend say why that would be incompatible in future if it was not incompatible before 1972?

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Devolution (27 Mai 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what assessment he now makes of political support in Northern Ireland for his proposals for elections to a devolved Assembly.

Oral Answers to Questions — Northern Ireland: Devolution (27 Mai 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: Has my right hon. Friend seen the Market Research Bureau poll which was published earlier this week? Is it not becoming increasingly apparent that the vast majority of the people who live in Northern Ireland would like the Government's initiative to make progress? May we have an assurance that the Government will not falter in their determination to see that the Northern Ireland Bill becomes...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (10 Mai 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: Like the hon. Member for Belfast, West (Mr. Fitt) I rise to give my support to the Bill. I hope that it will have a handsome majority. I hope also that the Government will do everything that they can to see that it becomes law and that we move ahead in the direction described by my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State. Clearly, there is a sequence to be followed, and the Bill is only the...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (10 Mai 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: I do not represent a Scottish constituency, but my hon. Friend is entitled to put forward his point of view. In the time that I spent in Belfast with my right hon. Friend the Member for Spelthorne there was no sign that integration would be supported or was preferred by the people of Northern Ireland. What about the continuation of direct rule? Again at the risk of being controversial I must...

Orders of the Day — Northern Ireland Bill (10 Mai 1982)

Mr Tom Arnold: There is an answer to the so-called West Lothian question. Northern Ireland has never in its history been administered as an integral part of the United Kingdom.


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